July 2022

Circular Economy

Enabling a circular economy delivery model through truckable modularization

As resources become scarcer, and as costs continue to rise, companies are looking for new methods to reduce their material feedstock costs and remain competitive.

Villegas, M., Koch Modular Process Systems

As resources become scarcer, and as costs continue to rise, companies are looking for new methods to reduce their material feedstock costs and remain competitive. Societal pressures on companies to minimize their impact on the environment and reduce their carbon emissions further compound this situation. One of the key strategies for achieving a competitive advantage, while also meeting corporate sustainability goals, is to create a circular economy. This can either be done by developing the circular economy from the start or by converting a linear economy to a circular economy (FIG. 1). To close this loop, many companies leverage chemistry and related process technologies (including proces

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